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How to Minimize the Risks of Turnkey Properties

  Turnkey property investing is gaining in popularity among a wide range of investors. Retirees look to it as a way to enhance their monthly cash flow without intruding on their relaxed lifestyle. Young professionals with good-paying jobs in cities such as New York and San Francisco, where property values are out of their reach, are finding that purchasing turnkey properties in more affordable areas is a way to add real estate to their investment portfolio. In both of these situations...

Turnkey Property Investments: What Could Go Wrong?

Investing in turnkey real estate is a strategy that seems ideal and like a great way to make extra income. Basically, you invest in a property that's managed by a turnkey property management company that will be responsible for everything from rehabbing the property to managing it. This company not only takes the heavy lifting out of your hands, but simplifies the process by managing your property for you. It's a strategy that has attracted many investors hoping to reap the benefit of ownin...

What is Turnkey Property Investing?

If you're interested in any kind of real estate investment, you have probably heard the term "turnkey property" and wondered what it meant. The term means something that is ready to be used straight away, so for a house or apartment, that means you can turn the key and live there immediately—in short, just bring your clothes and your toothbrush! The property won't require much, if anything, by way of repairs and refurbishment, and it may even have a long-term sitting tenant, meaning the b...

Time-Saving Tips for Investing in Real Estate

Real estate is a time-honored way to build wealth, but until recently, it’s been fairly time-intensive and locally driven for individual investors. The rise of professional property management companies who work with small, independent investors has changed the face of real estate investing through homeownership. In many markets across the U.S., rental rates rose in the aftermath of the Great Recession as more people weren’t able to qualify for a home mortgage because of restrictive m...